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Gordon Connell-Smith • 3 Books
The United States and Latin America (1974)
An Historical Analysis of Inter-American Relations
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    International Politics, Law, and Organization (Review)
    The United States and Latin America, by Gordon Connell-Smith
    1. The United States and Latin America by Gordon Connell-Smith
    American Political Science Review, September 1977, p. 1286
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    Latin America (6 Reviews)
    The Andean Group, by David Morawetz
    1. The Andean Group by David Morawetz
    2. Black Into White by Thomas E. Skidmore
    3. Encyclopedia of Latin America by Helen Delpar
    4. The Political Culture and Behavior of Latin America by Louis K. Harris and Victor Alba
    5. The Political Transformation of the Brazilian Catholic Church by Thomas C. Bruneau
    6. The United States and Latin America by Gordon Connell-Smith
    Orbis, Summer 1975, pp. 730-733
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The Western Hemisphere
    1. Continental Community? by W. Andrew Axline
    2. The United States and Latin America by Gordon Connell-Smith
    3. The Future of Democracy in Latin America by Frank Tannenbaum, Joseph Maier, and Richard W. Weatherhead, ...
    4. Latin America by Ronald H. Chilcote and Joel C. Edelstein
    5. From Cortes to Castro by Simon Collier
    6. Democracy and Dictatorship in Venezuela, 1945-1958 by Glen L. Kolb
    7. Argentina and the Failure of Democracy by Peter H. Smith
    8. Foundations of Brazilian Economic Growth by Donald E. Syvrud
    9. Bureaucratic Politics and Administration in Chile by Peter S. Cleaves
    10. Struggle in the Andes by Howard Handelman
    11. Expropriation Politics by Jessica Pernitz Einhorn
    Foreign Affairs, April 1975, p. 588